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Movie Cliches 101: Plagiarizing Yourself
By Ted Hope
If there are only six good stories — or is it twelve? twenty-three? forty-two? — how many good lines are there? Clearly Aaron Sorkin thinks there is a limited supply. Write something good once, might as well write it again, right?
It’s been out and around for awhile but I still find “Sorkinisms — A Supercut” kind of remarkable.